Sunset over surf, sand and peaks from Tunnels Beach, Ha'ena, Island of Kauai, Hawaii (Russ Bishop/Russ Bishop Photography)

I consider this more of a public service announcement than anything (insert wink here).

On the mainland the season is finally in full swing with brightly colored leaves, a crisp change in the air, and perhaps even a touch of snow at the higher elevations. But things in our 50th state haven’t changed much at all since last season, or the season before – in fact, they haven’t changed much in years. The temperature is still a constant 82 degrees, with light trade winds gently blowing the coconut palms. Dolphin frolic close to shore and the golden sun sets into the azure sea most every evening.

So while we’re all excited about the new look in the rest of the country, let’s not forget some things (and places) never change. And in the case of Hawaii, that’s just fine!

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  1. Thanks for the comment, Julie. Having lived there you know the feeling of Aloha transcends the seasons.

  2. I used to live in HI, and yes, “fall” in that state is spectacular any day of the year!

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